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FOX
Nov 10, 2012 7:30pm PST
something to do with it. >> changes for parole violaters across california. >>> after the storm, how thousands on the east coast are recovering from the damage. how you doing? alright, alright. now this is a party. what is that? go, go, go. mmm. give me some of that sauce. i don't know, i think i might bail. yeah, it's pretty dead. [ male announcer ] one is never enough. new kfc dip'ems. freshly prepared tenders dipped in irresistible sauces. this is it. now this is a party. [ male announcer ] try a 20 pc bucket with 6 sauces. today tastes so good. water main breaks in palo alto. it happened at the intersection of walnut drive and newel road. the flood waters seeped through a side wall of one home causing minor doge. utility workers broke through asphalt to remove and replace one of the cast iron pipes that broke. they suspect the freezing temperatures overnight, might have caused the pipes to burst. >>> one man is recovering tonight after he was shot at a drive by shooting in east palo alto. the 23 year old victim was parked and in a parked car with friends on albernie, east of will
KICU
Nov 10, 2012 11:30pm PST
who take too long to graduate from california state university could face higher fees. the board of trustees is expected to vote on the fee for super seniors. cal state says it needs to make room for new undergraduates. students say that is not fair because they say classes are not offers as much as before due to budget cuts. >>> the u.s.s. horn yet honored the late neal armstrong. the floating museum celebrated the grand re-opening of its apollo exhibit. the hornet recovered the astronauts. >>> he served several years in the navy and went on to become a test pilot and then of course, went to work for nasa and became an astronaut and achieved the ultimate. >> today's festivities including a flyover by an historic aircraft. >>> downtown castro valley boulevard officially re-opened, showing off its new led lights, new trees and planters. the multi-million streetscape project included reconfiguring traffic lanes, widening sidewalks and adding bike lanes in the area from san miguel area to redwood road. >> a holiday tradition gets a little bit of a test run today. some of the new c
KRON
Nov 11, 2012 8:00am PST
valley adult school and long tail, california. >> one day they just came in, give us a notice that the school was over, took us about. >> the class and the teacher were axed by state budget cuts. diana and 19 classmates were left hanging. but to their surprise their teacher, she had an idea. open her own school and continued teaching the course she greeted herself 12 years ago. the jump on board. >> i proposed it to them, if we can open up our own side we will be able to buy all the of equipment, so we did it. >> sheet obtained proper registration from the county, the state, but the city of lawndale and denied her a business license. she says, due to insufficient parking, so she decided to continue to teach and this secret location. she agreed to show us her car from unconditioned iwe will not disclose its location. each of her students. $1,600 would cover rent, insurance, utilities, medical supplies. and she went without a salary. then little by little, we got the money but i still, the rent is to and if i didn't have the money i'd have to reach out in my pockets, and there w
FOX
Nov 11, 2012 7:00am PST
against one of its own former hosts. >>> at 10:00 wednesday morning, the california air resources board will hold its first auction as part of the state cap and trade law. >> companies including the oil refineries are buying and selling. and could generate more than a billion dollars any way. >> they will pass it on to their consumers. >> downtown castor valley looks dishes. >> after two years of work. the boulevard officially reopened yesterday with lehe d lights and planters. >> the street scape project had reconfigured traffic lanes and adding bike lanes in the area from san miguel avenue to redwood road. >>> they love ocean. salmon season, they will have to put away the poles and it comes to a close today. it is back in ap. some officials predicted this would be one of the best season in years. >> with almost triple the amount of salmon compared to last year. >> they will come to an end. >> in parts of california. >> santa rosa ha collar radio. and the it is with the aunt. and it comes after wet weather and a cal down in temperatures. >> the harvest festival continues with unique ar
KRON
Nov 10, 2012 8:00pm PST
. >> in california you have a locking in farming industry that used to be a lot stronger than it is now today bathetic with banesto up and running and is still exists and it is part of our history. fair modern-day tinkers modern-day had their creations, with remote control robots for safely in close to in their area. but the real stars of the show are the old steam power mission since kept alive by fans of a time gone by this goes by 10:00 p.m. and here at menlo park premier 26, jeff bush, kron 4 news. >> san francisco is celebrating its own wild and wacky competition at mccovey cove. 10 years after the first tournament cahow the rebel flutag. and that means flying day in germany. from a red ball. if 30 different teams from a rebel-the bridge suppo the beve, company red appbull november was the winner. >> we had a cool the state to take a dip in the bay. temperatures just in the 50s. for this afternoon and clear skies as for look over san francisco. there is a transamerica building and we have some chilly numbers already. in another cold night tonight. closer to overnight in even sunrise thul
SFGTV
Nov 10, 2012 6:00pm PST
this out myself. you may have a threshold in another city in california, in your first unit you're paying a fee. we're already talking about doing on-site. we started at 5 and now potentially we go back to 10. currently we're at 5 units or more are subject to the program. but they don't produce much. for how much we have and how much we produce, i have a feeling we're producing more than most, even most large cities. >> let me just comment. i think it's really your due diligence and thoroughness including your transparency because the issues being discussed all the time. you are creating a level of public acceptance, which really kind of unique to the city and i think that's where success lies. * which is you're not bringing in people pulling them by the hair to the table as an obligation. it is something that needs to be done as part of the standard of discussion. part of the strength of where this comes from [speaker not understood]. thank you. >> i want to thank you. this is obviously a lot of use of information you have internally and institutionally, to spit it back out in half an h
SFGTV
Nov 11, 2012 2:30am PST
explicitly in 2010 the projects could use cdlac which is the california debt allocation committee bond financing available with the state particularly coupled with 4% tax credit to build their inclusionary unit, as long as they built more units and at a deeper level of afford ability. the reason we allowed that funding is because it's less competitive than other funding. we felt there was plenty of it out there and also we're getting more units at deeper affordability. we went ahead in 2010 and exempted these projects from inclusionary housing program thinking that their monitoring procedures were too much in conflict and learned after that there is no reason to exempt them, we can handle it. and their procedures can be synchronized. but more importantly, we don't want to lose the long-term affordability of these units. this is 4% tax credit unit are not restricted for a longer period as the inclusionary units. the inclusionary units are now restricted for the life of the project. so until the building crumbles and the others are not. we want to bring it back: the next is the conversio
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